NYC Tech News for the week ending 10/3 features news for Doji, Capitalize, Homer, and much more…
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 9/28/2020 featuring funding details for lowercase.digital, Pypestream, and much more.
Requiring constant multitasking and planning, managing an inspiring workplace has several intricacies and moving parts. The time spent on managing these details takes away from managing your core business. Managed by Q reduces the workload when it comes to office management through its proprietary software that enables companies to design, build, staff, maintain, and manage workplaces […]
57M Americans listen to podcasts per month, up 23% year-over-year according to Edison Research. Yet, the podcasting experience hasn’t changed much since its early days. It’s been a typical, unidirectional broadcast similar to radio that doesn’t embrace technology – think square peg in round hole. Anchor is changing that. Launched in 2015, the NYC startup is […]
Banks need data to make lending decisions. The most important question in banking is, “How do I know who will pay me back?” At first, all lending was “character loans”—the lending officer had to make a judgment about how creditworthy a borrower was by judging his firm handshake and eye contact. Then, as financial brokers […]
During a fireside chat at SXSW, Georgetown Angels’ General Partner Andrew Romans spoke with Dave McClure, founding partner of 500 Startups, a global early-stage seed fund and accelerator program, to discuss McClure’s insights and 500 Startups’ practices. In addition, five startups pitched at the event including Partender, Rchery, CoinMKT, MusicQubed and Dealflicks. Many in the […]
In PitchBook’s recent datagraphic, they take a look at global venture capital activity in 2013, including fundraising, deals/valuations and exits. Looking at VC fundraising over the past 10 years, there was a steady increase in capital raised from 2003 to 2007, and then a sharp decline going into the 2008 recession. After 2009, capital began […]